We arrived for an early dinner and the chef opened the kitchen a few minutes early for us, which was very much appreciated. Cool weather and rain prevented us from enjoying the great patio so we had a great corner table upstairs in the dining room-pretty much to ourselves at that hour. I had wine from their extensive wine list and my husband had a nice Weissbier. We both had the goulach, which was hearty and had just the right spiciness. I ordered the Alpenrose salad with chicken on it. And that was the BIG disappointment. The chicken was overdone and dry, the grapes tomatoes were old,as was the lettuce. I removed about a third of it because some of it had also started to spoil, too. When I mentioned this to our server he offered to have it remade, but this time I declined because we had a show to go to after the meal. He said he would tell the chef. Most German restaurants I've been to are sticklers for quality so the fact that they served old salad is a big surprise to me. A black mark on an otherwise delightful experience. We shared Apfel Strudel for dessert and coffee that was fantastic. I hope the next time we eat there they won't have this food quality issue again. Service is always great as many others have said.